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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1893)
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FRIDAY, JAN. 27.
SAillltionitl locals or tint pagcl
Come In for ib work.
Cleveland' bnklng powder.
Beat', of State MoBrido continues
111 at Mem.
If you use Cleveland's baking pow
der once you will use It always.
ThoKlokiipoo Indian Medicine Co.
are now In Halsey,
S. Dudley, Dentist, Lebanon, Oreg.
Office up stairs over City Drug store.
Suio will soon have a telephone
IUivival servlcea are still In progress
at tlie Aeadeniy.
Rev. H. Oberg bus been afflicted
with a severe oold.
Pumps and pipe down to Albany
prices. F. C. Ayeks A Co.
Frcsb broad, pies, doughnuts and
oakes kept constantly on band at Mrs.
May Zahn's. ,
The oounty court met last Monday
to make a tax levy, but adjourned un
til today (Friday.)
You oan't make any mistake by try
ing a can of Cleveland's baking pow
der. G, Lovelee, the merchant tailor, bus
received over 600 samples. Call and
look them over, and get prices.
Bev. Wallace Struble left fw Silver
ton Monday, after having trade a fine
Impression by bis interesting sermons.
There are a great many poor baking
powders, and a few good ones. One of
the best is Cleveland's. Try it.
Mrs. Miller Morgan died at her resi
dence near Ward Butte In this oounty
Suuday of heart diseuse. The deceased
wus an old settler.
John Donana left Tuesday fur The
Palm, California, where be Intends
to spend the next four months on ao
couut of poor health.
Try a can of Cleveland's baking
powder at Pugh & Wallace's and If It
isn't the best you ever used, return
it and get your money back.
B irn, to the wife of Dr. J. 8. Court
ney, at Oregon City, Monday, Jan.
SS, a daughter. At last accounts
mother and baby were both doing
Miller's fish bill i.ppioprintcstiO.OOO
to assist the salmon to climb the Ore
gon City falls. The bill will become
law and the people and flub will lie
Cha. F. Miller who has been dis
pensing drugs in Maxwell, California
for the past six months, was in Leba
non a few days this week.
Farmers: 8. N. Steele & Co., of Al
bany, Or., are now prepared to loaii
money from one to five years, In sums
ti-M to $10,000. Call on or write
Hev. May C. Jones, the evangelist,
will hold a series of meetings In the
Baptist Church, beginning next Wed
nesday evening. Everybody Invited
to attend these meetings.
All nartles knowing themselves to
be Indebted to me will please call and
otlle at once as I will be called away
from home soon and I desire to bal
ance my accounts before leaving.
M. A. Miller.
The Exphkss desires to again remind
its friends who are in arrears that we
are In great need of our money. We
oanuot pay our debts without it. We
nope everyone who Is behind will come
forward at un early date and settle.
A would be private detective by the
name of H. J. Thomiison has come to
grief In Portland. He aroused the
suspicions of a police officer whom he
resisted when an arrest was attempt
ed. He will probably have time to re
flect ou the errors of his ways in Port
The Jury in the Homestead poison
ing case against District Master Work
man, Hugh Dempsey, of the Knights
of Labor, have Drought In a, verdict of
guilty. The verdict created a seusa
atlou, but there was no outward dem
onstration, Dempsey, who Is under
bonds, at once left the court room In
oompauy with his counsel.
The Panbst Brewing company of
Mllwaukle, Wis,, say they have sold
6,000,000 barrels of beer, during the
past year. Just think .of Itl If these
barrels were placed, end to end and
touching each other, the stream of
beer thus formed would stretch 'nearly
across the United Hlatee, and, loo,
tills Is Hie output from one brewery
Rlbclln, the photographer.
Cleveland's baking powder.
8iecial baking done to order at Mrs.
Ed Kellenherger Is In Portland this
week, attending to business.
The beautiful snow has come again,
with better prospects of a longer stay.
O. Lovelee makea clothes a; prices
according to the times close prices,
A fine little 300k book given away
free by Cleveland's baking powder at
Pugh A Wallace's.
O. Lovelee, the tailor has a large lot
of samples to select from, and can
surely suit you.
W. B. Donaca left Tuesday for Port
land, where goes to have his eyes
doctored. He was accompanied by B.
Cleveland's baking powder costs no
more than other brands, and Is an
Why is Benton flour like the. gold
coin? Because everybody wants it.
D. B. Zeh.
For watch repairing go to Hansell's
at the City Drug store, and get a er
fect job. All work guaranteed or
In Portland when a man is out late
nights and returns borne after a row
with a banged face, all he has to do Is
to claim that be was stood up on his
Mrs. T. L. Dugger and daughter,
Miss Ella, returned Tuesday from a
two-months visit t) Oakland, Cal.
80I0 proposes to bond the city for
the purpose of building a new school
bouse. They bae asked permission,
from the legislature for that purpose.
A good move in the right direction.
Governor Pennoyer Monday grant
ed a pardon to W. H. Street, who was
sentenced in Multnomah county on
Deoemlier 8, 18(10, to pay a flue of $260
for the crime of adultery. The par
don was granted upon recommenda
tion of the district attorney and its
purpose was to restore Street to citi
zenship. A dispatch from Piiuama, via Gal
veston, dated Jan. 23, reads as follows:
Artisans and laborers of Bogota, united
in the streets on Snnday and mobbed
the officers ot the newspapers which
recently criticised them severely.
They destroyed presses and pled type,
killed five compositors, aud mortally
wounded two editors.
Hobb's bill changing the time for
the circuit court terms, provides for,
holding court in the tnlrd district as
follows: Linn oounty. second Monday
In March, fourth Monday in June
seooud Monday In November; Marion,
second Mondays In January, May and
September; Yamhill, fourth Mondays
10 January, May and September; Til
lamook, fourth Mondays in April and
"In buying cough medicine foi
children," says H. A. Walker, promi
nent druggist of Ogden, Utah, "never
be afraid to buy Chamerlaiu,s Cough
Remedy. There is 110 danger from it
and relief is always sure to follow.
I particularly reoommend Chamber
lain.s because I have found It to lie
Snfe and reliable. It Is Intended es
pecially for colds, croup and wtiooping
cough." 50- ceut bottles for sale by
M. A. Miller.
While handling a revolver at Sweet
Home last Sunday evening, Jerry Ken
uey accidentally discharged It, the
bullet striking him in the leg and mak
ing a serious flesh wound. Perhaps if
be would try dropping the dangerous
weapon behind a convenient fence he
could pass with safety, at least past ex
perience would tench such a method
as Iwiug a harmless one. Brownsville
For pains iu the chest there is noth
ing bet ter than a flannel cloth saturat
ed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud
bound on over the seat of pain. It
will produce a counter Irritation with
out blistering, and is not so dlsagree
able as mustard; lu fact it Is much
superior to miy plasters on accnuul of
its palu-rel'eving quulltles. If used In
time it will prevent pneumonia. 60
cent bottles for sale by M. A. Miller.
Prof. Wilkes, well aud favorably
known here, left his responsible po
sition In the Eugene schools last Fri
day and was then lost sight of by
his friends. Telegrams passed be
tween intervening points aud he was
limited ut Halsey where he was con
fined to his room with sickness. Some
apprehension was felt as to bis per
sonal safety aud later as to the sound
ness of bis mind. Fears are now re
lieved, and the Prof, will soon be him
self again; much to the relief of his
friends who ure legion iu this county.
Mr. Chus. Stokes Is clerking in
Bach's store during his absence.
Mr, 8. Peetaud family will leave
next week for Pomona, California, via
their old borne.
Call at Rlhelin's gallery and look al
bis work and get his prices on pictures.
Crayons a specialty. ,
Mr. S. P. Bach and wife left Thurs
day for Katem where they will visit
relatives and friends.
The Bramcr washer Is the best wash
er In the world. We know whereof
we speak. Go to E. Goan and get one.
The Kalem Statesman suggests that
the lady clerks get a bill Introduced
doing away with male clerks in the
Ladles cordially invited to the talk
at M. E. Church, South, Thursday,
Feb. 2, at 2:30 p. m. No admission
charged. Only for ladles.
Wm. Carothers was sick several
days this week, but is able to 're out
again. Chas. Walton drove the stage
for him during his Illness.
Sunday. Wld Bllyeu brought to
town, a 47-pound beaver that he had
caught in his traps. This is the sixth
beaver that he has taken this fall and
winter, besides two otters. Scio
Ml. A. P. Altmath, who lives near
Albany, cut his foot very severely,
Wednesday, while working in the tim
ber near Ed. Keebler's. He came at
once to Dr. Booth's residenoe, where
his wounds were properly attended to
by Drs. Booth and Foley.
Geo. Flnley, of Crawfordsville, Linn
county, and several other residents of
that section were here this week on
business before the U. 8. Land Office.
It seems that they filed on land with
in the indemnity grant and are now
involved In a landsuit as consequence.
Mrs. Helen H. Harford, state lec
turer of the W. C. T. U. will give one
of her popular lectures at the Frst Pres
byteriau church on Tuesday, Jan. 81,
at 730 o'clock. Mrs. Harford is
spoken of very highly wherever she
goes, as a gifted lecturer. Everybody
come and hear for yourself. The ladies
are especially Invited lo meet her at
2:30 In the afternoon, at the name place.
There will be services in the First
Presbyterian church every Sunday,
looming and evening. The evening
sermon Is especially intended for the
young people. Young People's prayer
meeting at 7 I. M. on Sundays. All
are cordially invited to come and wor
ship with us. Please make yourself
known to the Pastor.
Messrs. Stanard & McDonald, of
Brownsville, were in town the first of
the week putting up a sample Vibra
ting gate, for which they have the
oouity right for Linn county. The
gate is now on exhibition on J. M.
Ralstou's lot opposite the bank. This
gate is superior to any we ever saw and
we have heave heard great many
farmers say the same thing about it.
P. W, Morgan has been secured as
their local ..gent at this place.
A log chute ut tyool ereek, Klamath
oounty, Is a mile long. The logs tra
verse that distance iu about 16 seconds,
and theeye can scarcely follow them.
Three cars are nov running to the
ohute, and 800 logs per day are shot
into the river. Twenty men are driv
ing 1,700,000 feet of Ions down the
Klamath from the foot of the log grade.
They have moved them a distance of
four miles by doing some blasting, and
it U'iw looks as though the log driving
venture oil the Klamath w'll be a per
The success of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy lu effecting a speedy cure of
colds, croup and whaopiug cough has
brought It into great deuraud. Messrs.
Pouting & Son, of Cameron, Ohio,
say that It has gnlncd a reputation
second to none iu that vicinity. , Jas.
M. Queen, of Johnston, W. Vs., laya
it Is the best he ever used. B. F.
Jones, druggist, Winona, Miss., says:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is per
fectly reliable. I havealwaya warran
ted it ami It has never failed to give
the most perfect satisfaction." 60
cent bottles for sale by M. A. Miller
Monday ex-Sheriff Matt Scott and
Mr. Mark Hulburt were seen wending
their way to the depot ou business in
tent. Enquiry developed the fact
that they had been purchasing some
sheep from Mr, Holmnn, residing In
Benton county across the river from
Albany, aud concluded to ascertain
how much one particular sheep
weighed. The result was stilt another
victory for Oregon, as the wether,
brought down the scales ut the 2'
pound mark, Itwasu three year ld.
and of the ttitawold. breed. Herxid.
We are Goiiiff to See if There in
Floating around in the "Neck of the Woods," by offering the
following reductions in prices.
money by saving it. 2fJi,verything listed here a genuine
bargain. The best way to profit by this offer is to come in
atjonce, as it will not last always; it may close in a week or
a month. We can't tell about that.
Ladies' French Kid Shoes
" " Patent tip, high heel 4 50 3 50
" Dongola Kid Shoes 4 00 3 25
" " " " patent tip... 3 50 2 75
" " " " ( " i 3 00 2 25
" " " " plain toe.. !:'."!!!!!'".'." 3 00 2 25
" " " " patent tip 2 50 . 1 75
" " " " 2 00 1 50
Men's Cordovan Congress
" Calf Congress 0 OU 4 UU
" Kangaroo Bal and Congress 5 00 4 00
" Calf Congress 4 0C 3 00
" " Congress and Bal 3 00 2 25
" Bal shoes, Forest Park ; 1 75 1 35
Misses' Little Giant school shoe 2 00 1 50
" " " 1 75 1 50
Child's " " 1 50 1 25
" " "; 1 25 1 00
Men's Oil Grain Boots. ; 3 00 2 25
" Calf Boots.... 3 00 2 25
" Dongola Calf Boots 5 00 4 00
Men's Stiff Hats 2 50 1 75
. . " " 1 75 1 25
" Soft " 2 50 1 75
" " " 2 00 1 50
" " " ,..... 1 50 1 25
" Umbrellas 1 50 1 00
" ' " 1 25 75
Men's Wool Shirk..: 175 125
" ' " 1 60 1 00
" " " 2 25 1 60
" Buckskin Gloves 1 25 . 00
" " 1 50 1 25
" Undershirts 1 75 7 1 25
" " , 1 60 1 25
" ' 1 25 .90
" " , 1 00 76
" Neckties 76 .50
" " 50 38
" " 26 20.
Dress Goods 75 50
" 80 40
" 60 ' i!5
We cannot name everything that we would like to, en i
account of space. Come and see us. We will do you good. ,
C. C. HACKLEMAN.
Cleveland's baking powder Is used by
the U. S. Government, and oil teach
ers of cooking. It is the standard,'
"Look," said Lord Chesterfield, "In
the face of the person to whom you
ore speaking, if you wish to know
his real sentiments, for he can com
mand his words more easily than his
The other day a Journal, hitherto
without a spot 011 its character, inquir
ed with well feigned Innocence, "How
can live persons divide five eggs
that each man will have one and still
one remain in the dish?" After several
hundred people went two-thirds dis
tracted in the mazes of this proposition,
the journal meanly says, "One takes
the dish with the egg." Ex.
The committee 011 labor to whom
was referred Senator Myer's bill to
provide for the payment of laboiers.
reported in favor of the passage of the
bill yesterday, whi,:h Is n good recom
mendation for it. The provision t!
the bill is that receivers of corporations
shall pay their employes every thirty
days, or, if there Is no money, war
rants or notes shall be issued drawing
interest aud payable out of tlie flrat
moneys that come Into tb' hands of
the reeelver. The measxre hasalready
found popular favor ad will undoubt
edly become a law, she which will do
away with s-iradf the existing evils
for which thenpls no immediate reme
dy Vamterburg, professing to be
a representative of the people of Ore
gon, lias introduced a bill providing
for o income tax. Such a tax as a
law would put a premium 011 honesty
nd tax conscience out of the country.
-East Oregoniati. In epeskiug of the
aliove the senator said such a bill
would uot hurt the editor of tlie K, O.
Come in and make some
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A New York dispatch of the 23rd
relntes that Paul b'Helrry, the af is
tant attorney-general of Washington, ,
who traced bis wife from Seattle to t . :
this city and found her aud Sdward
G. Morse, the music teacher with -whom
she eloped, intendui' to leave
for bis home today, but W Bnie rea
son postponed his duartue, Mr. ,'
D'Heirry speaks in the -Kindest terms .
of his .wife, and declare that he never ; '
entertained the thoufht of proceeding
against her for dl'orce. He blames
Morse for the jonrfuot of Mrs. D'Heir
ry almost entlreb'i nd says the man
must have exeled some kind of a
spell- over be'r. The purlshoners of
St. (Jeorgeje church and Dr. Mell, mi
of the assistants of Rev. Dr. Itiilimfonl,
hive liuVrceded to bring about a reu
osciliiition between D'Heirry and his
wife, It was learned by a reporter
that Mrs. D'Hejrry will probably re
main In this city for the present, and
that her husband will probably come
hack for her Inter when the unpleas
ant comment caused by the public
ti"n of the scandal has passed away.
Mrs. D'Heirry Is, however, now pro
vided for by her husband. Mr. D'He
irry says that Morse got $10,000 from
his wife and deserted her when he
had squandered It. Nothing has been
heard of Morse since Friday and It iaiu,
believed that he has left the city. '
Paul D'Heirry is well known by old i
residents in Albany, having been In
tlie newspaper work there.
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